PLUTARCH’S LIFE OF PERICLES
Bring Plutarch’s Life of Pericles to life with artwork that illustrates the stories in Plutarch’s text.
HERE’S WHAT YOU GET WITH EACH PLUTARCH PICTURE STUDY:
- Each piece of artwork is a high-resolution image
- Detail and background information are provided about each piece of artwork
- Information on how each painting relates to Plutarch’s Life of Pericles
- Includes study questions for students
CHOOSE THE OPTION THAT MEETS YOUR NEEDS:
OPTION #1: PRINTED BOOKLET
If you would like us to do the printing for you, simply choose our Printed Booklet, with or without a Print Set.
The Booklet acts as a Teacher’s Guide and includes high-quality images of each print, detail and background information about each image, and discussion questions.
You can use the Booklet on its own or with a Print Set for your student. The Booklet will be mailed to you via Media Mail (please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery).
OPTION #2: PDF DOWNLOAD
Our PDF Download option gives you the flexibility to study each high-resolution image from your computer or tablet, or to print the artwork yourself from home or at your local print shop.
ADD-ON OPTION: PRINT SET
If you would like your student to have individual prints, we also offer a Print Set as an add-on to the Booklet or PDF Download. The Print Set allows each student to have their own set of prints. Each Print Set is printed on high-quality cardstock and comes shrink-wrapped. Note: The Print Set is only available as an add-on.
ARTWORK AVAILABLE IN THIS PICTURE STUDY INCLUDES:
- Dispute between Minerva and Neptune over the Naming of the City of Athens by René-Antoine Houasse
- Marble Bust of Pericles by Kresilas
- Acropolis at Athens by Leo von Klenze
- Phidias Showing the Frieze of the Parthenon to his Friends by Lawrence Alma-Tadema
- Pallas Athena by Rembrandt
- Maps of Ancient Greece during the Peloponnesian Wars
- The Friendship of Pericles for Anaxagoras by Jean-Charles Nicaise Perrin
- The Debate of Socrates and Aspasia by Nicolas-Andre Monsiau
- Pericles’ Funeral Oration by Philipp Foltz
PERICLES RESOURCES PAGE
All of the above paintings can be viewed online for free through our Pericles Resources Page, a free resource provided by The Plenary for anyone who wishes to use it.
However, we offer this Picture Study supplement as an additional option if you would like high-resolution images, high-quality prints, and detailed information with study questions about each image. We hope these resources will enhance your study of Plutarch.
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